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Positive cases from same 'cluster' - Chief Minister

Howard Quayle says high-risk contacts isolating

The chief minister has given reassurances that all of the positive Covid-19 tests on the Isle of Man this week come from the same 'cluster'.

Howard Quayle was speaking at the latest coronavirus media briefing:

All of the high-risk contacts have been traced and are now self-isolating, Mr Quayle added.

Meanwhile, government says one person is now in hospital with Covid-19 on the Isle of Man.

Two new cases were announced yesterday (Thurs 12), taking the total number of active cases on the Island to nine.

The other eight are all isolated individuals, not in the community.

There are 25 people awaiting results, and 53 waiting for a test.

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